It sounds like it will benifit the cell companies more than the end users? The main thing is that it is probably not that secure!
They might have to give these away to customers for it to be viable:p
Can't wait to hack one of them!
The technology is great, but the way it's marketed boggles my mind. I don't see how anybody (particularly at a consumer level) is actually buying in to these things.
You pay your mobile carrier and the signal sucks in your house. The tech solves the problem, but it means you have to (a) pay your carrier for the device (b) pay the carrier monthly to use the device (c) even though you're using your infrastructure to carry the signal, they still charge the same for your plan minutes and data usage.
So basically, rather than your provider spending money to improve their infrastructure, they expect the consumer to pay them so they don't have to.
Am I the only one confused by this?
Nothing confusing, muddy bulldog, just yet another way to wring more profits out of the hapless consumer ! Ain't capitalism grand ?...
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